Len DiMaggio (ldimaggio@mac.com)

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"JBoss ESB Beginners Guide" Book published by Packt! - http://www.packtpub.com/jboss-esb-beginners-guide/book

Articles:
  •  (User Guide) JBoss apiman "Crash Course", http://www.apiman.io/latest/crash-course.html
  • “Testing Java Servlets”, Dr. Dobbs Journal, August 2004 (Republished in an IBM Software Group internal newsletter, September 2004 and in in CMP Publishing’s “Java at Work” on-line e-zine, October, 2004.) www.ddj.com/documents/s=9220/ddj0408b/0408b.html
  • “Running a Stellar Software Testing Team”, Software Development Magazine, July 2000  Republished as a chapter in The Unified Process – Transition and Production Phases, Scott Ambler and Larry Constantine, CMP Books, November 2001 (ISBN 1-57820-092-X). www.sdmagazine.com/articles/2000/0007/
  • “Testing Internet Reporting Systems”, Software Testing and Quality Engineering, January 1999 Republished in the Journal of the Quality Assurance Institute (www.qaiusa.com), October 2001. Named the Quality Assurance Institute “Outstanding Article of 2001.”
  • “A Collaborative Approach For Software Development and Testing”, Software QA Magazine, November 1998
  • “Characteristics of Effective Software Test Engineers”, Software QA Magazine, September 1998
  • “Reflections on Scheduling Tests, the Project Life Cycle, and the Last Minute Bug”, Software QA Magazine, July 1998 Republished in the Journal of the Quality Assurance Institute, October 2000. Highlighted on the “Testing Craft” web site (www.testingcraft.com/techniques.html)
  • “Why is Software Testing Hard?”, Software QA Magazine, May 1998 Republished in the Journal of the Quality Assurance Institute, July 2000.
  • “Designing Effective Software Tests”, Software QA Magazine, March 1998  Republished in the Journal of the Quality Assurance Institute, October 2000.
  • “Software Testing in the Internet Age”, Software QA Magazine, April 1997 Republished in the Journal of the Quality Assurance Institute, July 2000.


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